Dental phobia2021-02-16T15:18:12+01:00

Dental phobia


Dental phobia? No problem!

Do you have an uneasy feeling, if not great fear, when you think about the topic “dentist”? In this case, we speak of a dental phobia. Often this leads to taking a wide berth around the dental clinic and neglecting the teeth -without knowing it. This may end up in a situation of desolate dentition.

The reasons for this fear of visiting the dentist are very diverse. It may have been an unpleasant experience, it may have been the stories of relatives, but it may also be the concern that one cannot afford the necessary dentures.


It is very important to us to provide each patient with the treatment needed to maintain, or restore, dental health.

For this reason, we perform treatments under nitrous oxide and under partial and general anesthesia. You will then be in a painless “resting state” and our dentists and implantologists will calmly perform the necessary treatment. You will therefore not notice any noises, etc. that may be unpleasant for you.

“If I had known that dental treatment was so comfortable, I would have come to them sooner.”

This is what we hear again and again from our patients after the treatment has been successfully completed and the new crowns provide an even more beautiful smile.


Do you unfortunately suffer from dental phobia? Our experts have the right solution for you!

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Häufige Fragen

Hier noch einige Fragen rund um eine Zahnarztphobie, die uns immer wieder gestellt werden und die wir gerne auch telefonisch beantworten

Can any treatment be done without fear?2021-02-16T15:32:01+01:00

Basically, every treatment can be performed with the help of anesthesia or nitrous oxide. We always discuss with you, the patient, to what extent anesthesia is the method of choice for you.

How can I make sure that my child does not develop this fear?2021-02-16T15:32:30+01:00

Come to us with your child at an early stage so that the first examination can be carried out in a playful manner. With the first tooth, the first examination can already take place. Do not wait until a problem arises.

Who pays for the treatment?2021-02-16T15:33:02+01:00

If it is a surgical procedure, your health insurance will cover it. In all other situations, it is a service that is billed privately by our anesthesiologist according to the medical fee schedule. Of course, we will discuss this with you individually.

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